This Is The Last Thing You Want To See When You're Driving


This is out of everyone's control.

There are some things that drivers can control and other things they simply can’t. Driving under the influence and driving andtexting are things that can be controlled, but an exploding meteor lighting upthe night sky is something that cannot be controlled. Apparently, this meteorwas filmed over Bangkok, Thailand, and was captured by a dash camera. We’ve allseen airplanes flying over our vehicles (or landing in the street) and the occasional shooting star, butthis exploding meteor is like something out of a movie.

Is there anything as insane as an exploding meteor glowingup the night sky? If so, we haven't seen it before.

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